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the Dawn and Thrice
WeeWy World, $1.65. VOL. 5- No ' 3°' C. L. COLLINS. SOCKS, Don't matter much how you spell it but it does matter a great deal the kind you buy. Have you seen those bearing this trade mark? (0 z j j 0 0 0 J 0 Ttae are loit tat !rn tie 11-11 Jlftß Pill ! "They are the best goods made," as the many say who have used them, so will you say so, too, after trying them. Have them in different grades and sell them at 7 Pairs for - - 5° Cents. 3 Pairs for - - 25 Cents. 2 Pairs for - • 25 Cents. 1 Pair Brown or Black - 10 Cents. 1 Pair Brown, Black or Grey - 15 Cents. C. L. Collins. SEWING MACHINES! SghGrade Vlbr «or Shuttle, $27. Scott 8t Latimer, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMEK& THE ELLENSBIRU DAWS. OR TRY THEM. SEE THEM AND SAVE MONFY! We also Handle THE NEW HOME MACHINE. Price $36. ELLENSBURG, WASH., FRIDAY, JULY 29 1898. SOX. Rotary Shuttle, Drop Head Best Machine on earth, - q>o Grand Clearing Out Sale at FLU'S SHOE STORE \ Come in and See for Yourself. ]h\ A. I tome, Agt, (AT FLYNN'S OLD STAND-) J. E. VOICE, o ■ r ■ I ■ Everything - in - Season. SEWING MACHINES! PRICES CUT IX THE MIDDLE. THE NEW GOODRICH MACHINE ONLY $25. «T. E!. VOICE, X.m 1 $ Lriles. liubspr «a .. v jj A i .:. 5 - tiio ItcUinj?at (Jp Ej s a i>i»u 11 ire. . .-> i:. gjr 8 llof. Dr. Williams' Indi I • SJi ■ men! Ik prepared for Ii esai Bri Ing i>f the private parts. Every bi warranted. By druaglsts, by mail on re - .in of price, .m> cents and .fl.no. WILLISM.? MANUFACTURING CO., Props.. Cleveland, i to Pot sate bjr Stephen! .t Elwood. Don't send away from home for a Stock Book if you need for one. The Dawn office can I can turn one or more out on ; short order —such as any mi • ncr would admire. Call and ! see our samples before giving | your orders out. We are tin lsata ii Li m m tab. Gui lies, mi Honest pis. We buy farm produce and pay casb or trade, j I If you want bargains I Is Mil. DEALER IN Gramo. Stock Books. SHOUDY BLOCK, MAIN STREET. Come and see us!) WE OIVIEZ EXACT CIIANQE. ELLENSBURG GROCERY AND COMMISSION CO,. Tl-iIIB ALBANY THE BEST BOUSE IN THE CITY SAMPLE ROOMS IX CONNECTION. Centrally located. THIRD STREET. Mrs. H. C. Doty, Prop. Mott's Nerverine Pills BEFORE AND AFTEB PIIKO. g ans of either r e?., such as Nervous Prostr.ition, Failing cr lost Manhood, Impoter.cy, Nightly Elu sions, Youthful Errors, Mental worry, ex cessive use of Tobacco or Opium,, which lead to Consumption and Insanity. SI.GO Ber box by mail; 6 boxes for 55.00. lOTTS CHEMICAL CO., Prop's, Cleveland, Chic For sale by Stephens .v. Khvood EXTRAORDINARY '. Read <mr new and extraordinary Offer of THE Dawn and the Seattle Times one year for $1.40. Bcott A Latimer have a lace curtain rack for stretching and drying curtains for rent, before laundryingyour curtains you should engage one. Thousands of person have been cured of piles by using De H itt> Witch Hazel Salve. It heals promptly and cures eczema and all ■kin diseases. It gives immediate relef.— Stephens & Blwood. and Seattle Weekly Times $1.40 PRICK 5 CENTS. State Examination of Teachers All persons desiring to take an examination for a state certificate arc requested to report at Normal hall, Ellensburg, Wash., Monday morning, Aug. 1, lS9S,at '.» o'clock. .1. 11. Morgan, Men,. State Board of Education. Teachers' Examination. Notice is hereby given that the teachers' examination of Kittitas county will he held at the court house, Ellensburg, the 11th, 12th, and 13th of Aug. 1898. No appli cations for eerfilicates received ex cept at the above date. Fee for examination, $1. W. A. Thomas-, Supt. of Common Schools, Kittitas County, Wn. The Long Looked For. One of the most costly county roads ever layed out for the length of six miles, was opened up for travel July 2d, 1898. The esti mates have been placed all the way from 5,000 to 1,000 thousand, while one of the county officers and some others were humming around getting up a petition to leave some poor devils without, McGinnis was whooping it up, and opened the very expensive road with about $250. If we had a few more such men, we would have more and better roads. E. L. McGINNIB. W in your battles against disease by act ing promptly. One mluute gourd cure pronuces Immediate results. When taken early it prevents consumption. And in later stages it furnishes prompt relief.— Stephens & Elwood. Base Ball. The East End nine were defeated on Sunday last by the Local nine of this city. The visitors went to bat first with a determination that looked as though the game was their, but the Locals with equal energy pulled themselves together and soon the Bcore told them that they were out of danger; both teams were very evenly matched, however but the errors of visitors were too numerous, and proved costly to them, making the tallies already large for our Locals very much one sided. Quite a number of visitors were present and the day being fine, made everything pleasant. The score stood 12 to 26 in favor of the Locals. A return match will be played next Sunday at the Furgeson place. X. X. The editor of the Evans City, Pa., (ilobe, writes, "One Minute Cough Cure i> rightly named, it cured my children after all other remedies failed." It cures ceughs colds and alll throat :md lung troubles.— Stephens & Elwood. For carpets go to Scott & Latimer's. Prices will astonish you. they are so cheap. D. H. WESTCOTT, Manager.